Elephants Memory

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Pop Used - LP SMAS 3389 Apple
1972 Split Apple Label, Gatefold Original. Produced By John And Yoko. ... more details
 
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Pop Used - LP BDS 5033 Buddah
Beautiful 1969 Gatefold Original, Small COH. “This Is The 1969 Debut Long-Player From The Extended Big Apple-Based Ensemble Elephants Memory. As Such, It Should Not Be Confused With Their 1972 Release On The Apple Records Label, Featuring John Lennon And Yoko Ono. Instead, This 11-Song Collection Is From An Earlier Lineup That Would, Among Other Things, Gain Significant Visibility For Their Contributions To The Film Midnight Cowboy And Its Subsequent Soundtrack 1969. Musically, The Combo Were Multi-Faceted On The Jazzy "R.I.P." And The Uptempo Opener, "Dont Put Me On Trial No More," They Display A Soulful Horn-Driven Vibe, While "Super Heep," "Brief Encounter," And "Jungle Gym At The Zoo" Are Decidedly Trippier And Slightly Reminiscent Of The Electric Flag Or The Incipient Incarnation Of Al Koopers Blood, Sweat Tears. Two Of The More Interesting Pieces On Elephants Memory Are The Catchy Pop Ditty "Crossroads Of The Stepping Stone," A Song That Could Easily Be Mistaken For A Sopwith Camel Outtake, And The Pseudo-Ragtime "Yogurt Song," Which Is As Much A Sly Parody Of The Granola-Lovin Generation As It Is A Stab At The Jug Band Sound That Inspired Artists Such As The Charlatans And New Vaudeville Band.” Lindsay Planer, AMG. ... more details
 
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Pop New - LP APL1-0569 RCA
Sealed 1974 Original.... more details
 
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Psych New - LP BDS 5033 Buddah
Sealed 1969 Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original. One Inch Center Bottom Seam Split, Hence $50 Reduction. “This Is The 1969 Debut Long-Player From The Extended Big Apple-Based Ensemble Elephants Memory. As Such, It Should Not Be Confused With Their 1972 Release On The Apple Records Label, Featuring John Lennon And Yoko Ono. Instead, This 11-Song Collection Is From An Earlier Lineup That Would, Among Other Things, Gain Significant Visibility For Their Contributions To The Film Midnight Cowboy And Its Subsequent Soundtrack 1969. Musically, The Combo Were Multi-Faceted On The Jazzy "R.I.P." And The Uptempo Opener, "Dont Put Me On Trial No More," They Display A Soulful Horn-Driven Vibe, While "Super Heep," "Brief Encounter," And "Jungle Gym At The Zoo" Are Decidedly Trippier And Slightly Reminiscent Of The Electric Flag Or The Incipient Incarnation Of Al Koopers Blood, Sweat Tears. Two Of The More Interesting Pieces On Elephants Memory Are The Catchy Pop Ditty "Crossroads Of The Stepping Stone," A Song That Could Easily Be Mistaken For A Sopwith Camel Outtake, And The Pseudo-Ragtime "Yogurt Song," Which Is As Much A Sly Parody Of The Granola-Lovin Generation As It Is A Stab At The Jug Band Sound That Inspired Artists Such As The Charlatans And New Vaudeville Band.” Lindsay Planer, AMG.... more details
 

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